North America

Published at 16:40 6 Dec 2018 by

We forecast that US LNG exports will grow by 2.8 Mt y/y to total 11.8 Mt in Q4 18–Q1 19 as Cheniere’s Corpus Christi T1 and Sabine Pass T5 continue to ramp up. Over Q1 19 alone, we see the US adding some 1.0 Mt y/y to supply, based on a relatively slow ramp-up for new trains. For the US,…

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